Sharpening our memories
As you might know, I am a blogging grandma and like most of the other seniors around me, I tend to forget things as well as lose or mislay at least one item a day, which usually turns up in the most surprising of places. The following anonymous words that I found at the bottom of an article I’d read, got me thinking:
Forgetting where you parked your car, can happen to anyone. But, forgetting what your car looks like, may be cause for concern!
So, I started collecting tips for sharpening my memory and this is what I came up with:-
I try to recall the location of as many objects in my house as I possibly can as well as where they are located.
I endeavor to learn something new every day if possible but concentrate while doing so.
I make a point of trying to remember people’s names after the first introduction and avoid distractions while thinking about them.
I make an effort NOT TO MULTI-TASK which is something women do far more than men but I have to admit that here, I fail dismally as I am always in a hurry. Why? I suppose because I always plan to do so much.
I packed away my calculator and removed the calculator on my smartphone in order to use my head. I knew that I was capable of doing so but using new mod cons seemed easier.
I saw so many people doing SUDOKU but I never got very far with them. So, I chose to do CROSSWORD PUZZLES instead.
I make sure that I have sufficient sleep. For someone who is unable to do so, napping during the day might be helpful.
I eat healthy food as far as possible but, of course I binge occasionally. On what? On white chocolate of course.
I endeavor to take a short walk at least every second day too.
Some of these points might be well-worth trying.